Naturally Florida Podcast Info
Naturally Florida is a podcast about Florida's natural areas and the wild things that live here.
This podcast is brought to you by UF/IFAS Extension's Natural Resources programs in Polk and Pinellas Counties.
- Introduce Floridians, and those visiting Florida, to the wild spaces around them and the wild things that live here
- Encourage co-existence with Florida's native plants, animals, and ecosystems
- Inspire listeners to seek out additional information and engage in citizen science projects to document Florida's biodiversity
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Naturally Florida is hosted on Anchor.fm and distributed automatically among an RSS feed and the following common podcast apps.
- Apple Podcasts
- Castbox - coming soon!
- Google Podcasts
- Overcast - coming soon!
- Pocket Casts
Don't see your favorite podcast platform? You may be able to add our podcast manually, using our RSS Feed: https://anchor.fm/s/1b49f190/podcast/rss
This episode archive is updated annually. For a more updated list of recent episodes, please visit our podcast dashboard on your favorite podcast app or website.
Lara's Favorite Species: Green anoles
Learn all about Florida's native green anoles (pronounced "uh-noles"), and their nonnative look-alike, the brown anole. Episode Information
Where does rain go after it falls?
In this episode, Shannon and Lara explore the journey of rainwater and what happens to it after it hits the ground. Episode Information
Wait, we have fireflies in Florida?
This episode features Florida’s fireflies, their basic biology, where to go to see them, and habitat requirements. Episode Information
Stay Tuned, there's a new episode every month!
If you have a topic suggestion you would like to share, consider submitting it here: Topic Submission Form
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iNaturalist Project: Naturally Florida's Listener Observations
If you're active on iNaturalist, consider joining our iNaturalist project, Naturally Florida's Listener Observations, here: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/naturally-florida-s-listener-observations
See observations by other listeners, below.